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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Tommy Miller's last-gasp equaliser took the shine off Kightly's return from a lengthy spell on the sidelines as Wanderers were held to a 1-1 draw at Molineux by fellow playoff contenders Ipswich.
But an injury to Robins keeper Peter Brezovan took the shine off the win, with boss Dennis Wise admitting: "We don't know the full extent of the injury, but it does not look too clever.
The disappointing trading income and a cautious forecast from the bank took the shine off a 30 per cent rise in net profit, which matched forecasts, and sent its shares down more than three per cent.
Mellberg took the shine off Youri Djorkaeff's Blackburn debut with his late strike.
But a variety of factors, from Eastern snowstorms to less-than-attractive discounts, took the shine off those gleaming estimates.
com's Martin Wolk reports on the disastrous past year that took the shine off many once-golden stock pickers, noting that investors can be forgiven if they feel like just stuffing their money under a mattress for a while.
The TSB costs took the shine off Lloyds' results yesterday, as profits dropped 11% to PS1.
SAINTS stand-in Kelvin Davis admitted the injury to Fraser Forster took the shine off his own super showing.
PSG's late implosion took the shine off an otherwise impressive performance by Ancelotti's troops.
It took the shine off what should have been a good day for us.
Saints hero Rowan Vine last night revealed how a booking for diving took the shine off his match-winning performance.
But a potentially serious injury to key midfielder Yann M'Vila took the shine off an otherwise encouraging victory.